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SOUT H ORANGE COUNT YC O M M UN IT Y C O LLEG EDIS T R IC Twww.socccd.edu

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESTable of Contents3Crisis Phone Hotlines4Mission Viejo City Services5Elder Services / Abuse Reporting6Emergency Shelters7Employment Services / Family Resources8Health and Wellness Phone Applications9Homeless Bridge/Short-term Housing10Housing, Food and Crisis Services11Mental / Behavioral Health12Police Services - Mission Viejo13Transportation14Veterans’ Resources15-22 Orange County Health ClinicsSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT2

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESCrisis Assessment TeamDr.pusamChildren of the Night/Rescue24-hour hotline 800.551.1300Newport405University cgov.com/abuse/childJeffreyRd.24-hour hotline 800.207.4464JamboreeChild Protective Services (County CPS)Rd.Crisis Phone HotlinesAltonIrvinePkwy.Back BayNational Domestic Violence.nAve800.799.7233800.786.2929r BlvMacArthu d.National Runaway SafelineBis oUCIn Dr.anyoCBonitaNational Sexual Assault HotlineNewportBeachNational Center-Missing/Exploited Children800.656.4673800.843.5678NewportCoast Rd.133El Toro RNational Human Trafficking Hotline888.373.7888Text “BeFree” to 233733Trevor Project: Suicide Prevention for LGBT866.488.7386Suicide Prevention800.273.8255Domestic Abuse Helplines1Laura’s House: 24-hour hotline 866.498.1511Human Options: 24-hour hotline 877.854.3594SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTLagunaBeach3

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESMission Viejo City Services1 Veterans and Military Family ResourcesFoothillLocated at the Norman P. Murray Community/Senior CenterRanch24932 Veterans Way, MissionPoViejortola P.949.470.3062ykwwy.PknoAltTrabucoCanyon2 Mission Viejo Library100 Civic Center, Mission soAlisLoy.kwPciaAliLake Forest Dr.LagunaWoods51Norman P. MurrayCommunity/Senior Center241Rd.2LasFloresVCrown alley NiguelldenrnnteaLOrtega Hwy.74SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTSan JuanAvValley Pkwy.CotoDe CazaMission ViejoLibraryite Pkwy.MarguerOso Pkwy.7MissionViejoLa Pazy.kwnPultoMoAlisoViejoLakeMissionViejoAntonio Pkwy.949.830.7100LakeForest4

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESElder Services/Abuse ReportingAge Well Senior ServicesFood Services: 949.470.3063Case/Care Management: 949.380.0155Transportation Services: 949.855.9766agewellseniorservices.orgCouncil on AgingAdvocacy & protection; education & outreach;prevention & wellness; socialization714.479.0107coasc.orgOffice on Aging1300 S. Grand Ave, Bldg. B, Santa AnaMon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm800.510.2020officeonaging.ocgov.comAdult Protective Services (APS)24-hour hotline: 800.451.5155Long Term Care Nursing Home Ombudsman24-hour crisis line: 800.231.402474SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT5

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESEmergency PreparednessCity of Mission vices/emergency-preparednessCounty of Orangealertoc.comEmergency SheltersCourtyard Transitional CenterLow threshold, low-barrier emergency shelterAddress: 400 W. Santa Ana Blvd, Santa AnaBus Route: 83 or 91 – Calle de la Plata-Paseo de Valencia, 83 – Santa Ana-Rossmidnightmission.org/thecourtyardArmories - Seasonal Only (Mercy House)Fullerton and Santa Ana locations714.836.7188, ext. 107Human OptionsDomestic violence hotline 877.854.3594Laura’s HouseDomestic violence hotline 866.498.1511Friendship/Emergency SheltersLaguna Beach 949.494.6928SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT6

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESEmployment ServicesOrange County One-Stop Center17891 Cartwright Rd, Suite 100, Irvine949.341.8000Family ResourcesSouth Orange County / CHEC Family Resource centersThe South Orange County (SOC) and the Community Health Enrichment Collaborative (CHEC) FamilyResource centers are part of a collaborative effort to provide education, support, and resources to enhancethe process of family growth. This is done by developing skills that promote good health, self-sufficiency,improve quality of life and foster a sense of community. Available services include:Family Support Services: Short-term program for families with children ages 0-18 to support, empower,and strengthen families by connecting them with community resources.Information and Resources: Parenting classes, workshops, resources for food banks, emergency sheltersand other public benefits.Individual Counseling and Workshops: Offered at low to no cost for uninsured families and individuals.Brief individual, crisis, group, couples and family counseling is available.Domestic Violence Services: Services for victims of domestic violence, including education, resources,legal advocacy and Personal Empowerment classes.Community Classes & Workshops include: Skills for life, children and teen empowerment groups, creditcounseling workshops, and financial workshops.Community Engagement Action Council (CEAC): A group of community leaders who make a differenceby serving as ambassadors of the Family Resource Center (FRC) throughout south Orange County.Enrollment Assisstance: Health insurance and public assistance enrollment in Cal-Fresh/Cal Works,Covered California and Medi-Cal.South Orange County Resource Center22481 Aspan St., Lake Forest, CA 92630; 949.364.0500Monday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.CHEC Family Resource Center27412 Calle Arroyo, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675; 949.489.7742Monday, Tuesday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tuesday and Wednesday 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.www.socfrc.orgSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT7

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESHealth and Wellness Phone ApplicationsAll of these phone apps can be downloaded to your smart phone from Google Play (Android) or theApple app store. These apps are geared to help improve your health and well-being.NameDescriptionPriceA Friend AsksProvides warning signs of suicidal ideation andtips for getting help for a friend (or yourself)who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide.FreeCalmGuided meditation, sleep stories, breathing &stretching exercises, and relaxing music.Free with optional inapp purchasesFitOnProvides home workout classes with celebritytrainers in strength, HIIT, yoga, Pilates, danceand more.Free with optional inapp purchasesGoodRxProvides coupons for medications.FreeInsight TimerGuided meditations, music tracks and talks fromthe world’s mindfulness experts.Free with optional inapp purchasesMy Fitness PalLog the food you eat daily. Barcode scanner forfood nutritional information. Healthy recipes.Tracks all your nutrients for the day.Free with optional inapp purchasesMy 3Helps you create a network and an action planto stay safe in times of crisis or when feelingsuicidal.FreeNike Run ClubRun tracker with GPS tracking, audio guidedruns, personalized running plans and goals.FreeRain Rain Sleep SoundsRain and nature sounds to help you relax andfall asleep.Free with optional inapp purchasesSelf-help for AnxietyManagementHelps manage anxiety by helping you be awareof triggers and understanding anxious thoughts.FreeSmiling MindMindfulness, meditation and sleep guidedsessions.FreeStop, Breathe & ThinkProvides short “check-ins” and 1-5 min activitiesthat can help keep you calm.Free with optional inapp purchasesSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT8

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESHomeless Bridge/Short-term HousingGilchrist and Family HouseFamily assistance ministries; San Clemente; phone: 949.492.8477One Step MinistrySingle parents in Irvine; phone: 949.458.2425onestepministry.orgMercy HouseAll ages and needs; Santa Ana; phone: 714.836.7188 ext. 136mercyhouse.netOrange County Rescue MissionIn Tustin; phone: 800.663.3074; rescuemission.orgGateway to HousingFamily assistance in Irvine; 949.631.7213 ext. 500ocinterfaithshelter.orgHomeless/Services for YouthStandup for KidsStreet outreach; mentoring; case management;Phone: 714.356.5437; standupforkids.org/orangecountyCasa Youth ShelterIn Los Alamitos, 24-hr hotline: 800.914.2272; casayouthshelter.orgWaymakersYouth shelters/emergency support in Santa Ana; 24-hour hotline: 714.842.660024-hour sexual assault support: 714.957.2737; office: 949.250.0488; waymakersoc.orgBuild Futures – Huntington BeachIn Huntington Beach; homeless housing for 18 to 24 year oldPhone: 714.907.7358; buildfutures.orgProject Hope AllianceHousing and services for children and families, in Costa MesaPhone: 949.722.7863; projecthopealliance.orgSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT9

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESFood, Housing, and Crisis ServicesFamily Assistance Ministries (FAM)1030 Calle Negocio, San Clemente; Phone: 949.492.8477; family-assistance.orgServices include food pantry, housing, emergency assistance, and case management.There are temporary safe shelters available at:Gilchrist House – women and women with childrenFamily House – families with children ages 0-5Families Forward (Families only)8 Thomas, Irvine; phone: 949.552.2727; families-forward.orgBus Route 86 to Barranca-Alton, then walk south to Thomas StreetFamilies only. Services include housing programs, food pantry, case management, and counseling.Serving People in Need (SPIN)151 Kalmus, H-2, Costa Mesa; phone: 714.751.1101; spinoc.orgBus Route 86 to Main-Red Hill; Route 71 to Red Hill-Kalmus, then walk west on Kalmus.Services include move-in funds for rapid rehousing; case management; street services/outreachSouth County Outreach (SCO)7 Whatney, Suite B, Irvine; 949.380.8144; sco-oc.orgBus Route 86 to Jeronimo-Bake, then walk west on Bake to WhatneyServices include housing, food pantry, homelessness prevention, and support services.Pantry Hours: M, W, Th, F – 9am-3:30pm; Tues - 12:30 pm-3:30 pmInformation Healthline211OC.orgPhone: 211 (in O.C.) or 888.600.4357 for info, referral and assistance for food, shelter & human services.SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT10

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESMental / Behavioral HealthOC Healthcare Agency/Mental Health23228 Madero, Mission Viejo; 949.454.39405 Mareblu, Aliso Viejo 949.643.6930OCHealthinfo.com/bhsMission Hospital Behavioral Health ServicesDirect: 949.499.7504 ext. 2General: 949.364.1400https://Mission4health.comNational Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI)OC Warm line: 714.991.6412South County Family Resource Center22481 Aspan St, STE B, Lake Forest949.364.0500socfrc.orgWestern Youth Services (18 & under)26137 La Paz Road, Suite 230, Mission Viejo949.595.8610westernyouthservices.orgMental Health / Drug & Alcohol Abuse /Prevention & Intervention - All Age GroupsOC Health Care AgencyO.C. Behavioral Health Information & Referrals: 855.625.4657ochealthinlo.com/oclinksTDD Number: 714.834.2332Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT11

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESSupport and Abuse ServicesSubstance AbuseMission Viejo Drug Prevention CoalitionMeets 3rd Wed of the month, 6-7 pmPhone: 949.470.8412 for more informationMission Viejo City Hall200 Civic Center, Mission ViejoWalk-in Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pmPhone: C Healthcare Agency (Alcohol/Drug abuse)www.OCHealthinfo.com/bhsAlcoholics Anonymous24-hour: 714.556.4555National Council on Alcoholism/Drug Dependence (NCADD)24-hour: 800.622.2255Substance Abuse/Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)24-hour: 800.662.4357Solace Foundation of mergency DispatchReport suspicious conduct/community safety issues Police Services/Emergency ServicesDial 9-1-1 for life threatening emergenciesSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT12

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESTransportationOrange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Public Bus ServiceMission Viejo Bus Routes: 85, 86, 87, 89, 91Cost: Single ride - 2, Day pass - 5Reduced rates available for seniors, people with disability, Medicare cardholders & ACCESS ridersPhone: 714.636-7433octa.net/busbook/MV ShuttleCost: FreeOperations: Mon-Fri 5:47 am to 6:20 pmRoute: From Norman P. Murray Center to Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Metrolink.Phone: 949.470.3068Full schedule/stops listed on city works/traffic-and-transportation/mv-shuttleOC ACCESS, ADA eligible passengersCost: 3.60 base fee for routes off fixed OCTA bus routeRide requests: Mon - Fri 7 am - 5 pm, Sat - Sun 8 am- 5 pmAdditional service: same day taxi servicePhone: -Service/Overview/Senior Dial-A-TaxiFor city residents 60 years and olderCost: 5 per one-way tripOperations: 24 hours/day, 7 days/weekRegistration/Photo ID required in advance of usePhone: reation/senior-services/senior-transportationSOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT13

SOCCCD: COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCESVeterans’ Resoucres24/7 HOTLINESCrisis Line: 800.273.8255 #1Homelessness hotline: 877.424.3838Homeless Services/HousingVA Community Resource & Referral Center888 W. Santa Ana Blvd, STE #150, Santa Ana844.838.8300va.gov/homelessHealth Services: VA Laguna Hills Health Clinic23719 Moulton Pkwy, Laguna hillsVeteran Benefits: Filing/DisputesVA Benefits Hotline:800.827.1000Orange County Veterans ServicesNorman P. Murray Community/Senior Center714.480.6555Veteran Affairs/ Legal Counseling949.470.3062 - By appointmentVeteran Counseling/Family SupportSouth Orange County Veterans Center26431 Crown Valley, STE #100, Mission Viejo949.348.6700Volunteers of AmericaSupportive Services Veteran Families (SSVF)714.426.9834SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT14

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